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.u. mark, thanks very much. spain is among europe's largest economies, but the government has borrowed so much money that it's been forced into huge spending cuts and layoffs to try to repay what it owes. one of the people working to rescue europe is christine lagarde. she's the head of the international monetary fund and one of the most powerful people in the world in finance. the i.m.f. is essentially a massive bank that helps countries manage debt and international trade. at her headquarters in washington, we asked lagarde about the spaniards like the ones you just met. >> i feel very bad and very sorry for the people, because i know how hard it is and i know how difficult it is for people who lose their job, for families who find it difficult to make ends meet. but equally i know that it's necessary. and it's a process through which countries have to go in order to restore their situation and be able to grow again and create jobs again. >> pelley: how long do you imagine the troubles in europe will go on? >> it has been going on for a long time. a lot has been done. you know, the euro
the government, i think that hurt his ability to connect and say to folks i want to be president for all of america. i think he's got an opportunity in this first debate to communicate directly with the public. i won't give him advice, but i would just say i think that's a challenge for him right now. >> jonathan allen, thanks so much for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> look forward to having you back with us soon. >>> a former chemist at the massachusetts states drug lab was arrested friday. she's accused of faking drug test results. that's raising doubts about thousands of cases she handled, some of those convicted are already back on the streets and many more could be released from jail. she could face additional charges. elaine quijano is in boston with us. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, rebecca. annie dookhan's co-workers used to jokingly call her super woman. she seemed to analyze so many more drug samples in the lab than anyone else. investigators believe that was a warning sign pointing to her wrongdoing. in her nine years working at the massachusetts state crime
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